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Job Postings & Career Info Web Links

JOBS: If you are serious about a job search, you must use the Internet. Most employers are now relying on their company websites or multiple company websites to post their open positions.

HINT FOR JOB SEEKERS: Don't wait for job posting deadlines to apply! Some employers are hiring immediately and will fill the position before the deadline. As soon as you hear about a posting APPLY! This is why it's important to have an up-to-date resume and cover letter ready, that only need tweaking to fit each new opportunity.

CAREER INFO: The best way to find out about a business, organization or agency is to check out what they say about themselves. When considering a career, you might want to find out what kinds of skills and education an employer is looking for. Before you collect piles of paper documents, consider checking their website. You can "Google" the company name or look at our list below. Some websites will change daily, others hardly at all. Below is our frequently updated list of "Favorites" to start your web-job search.

 

OUR LIST OF JOB SEARCH WEB SITE FAVORITES:

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We offer a wide range of off-campus job postings on SFCC Career Services' Web-based bulletin board. ACCESS THE WEB-BASED BULLETIN BOARD

 

 

sfccSFCC regular campus jobs.

SFCC student worker (work-study) jobs.

 

Job ads in the local newspaper, The Santa Fe New Mexican.

Job ads in the newspaper, The Albuquerque Journal.

 

 

Better Business Bureau report on Work at Home Job Offers.

 

 

 

MULTIPLE BUSINESS POSTING SITES:

INDIVIDUAL BUSINESSS SITES (many or frequent openings):

Business/Office Temps & Staffing Agencies: (many of these office temp jobs lead to regular jobs)

City, County, State, (see Government below for Federal):

Communications/Media

Construction/Engineering (also see Technology/Engineering below)

Finance

Government and National Defense:

HINT FOR GETTING INTO FEDERAL EMPLOYMENT SYSTEM:Temporary jobs are not always advertised on USA jobs and are an excellent way to get your foot in the door of the federal employment system. Temp federal jobs in the Santa Fe area may be posted on the SFCC Web-based Job Bulletin Board or you can contact local or national offices to find out if they have or expect to have any temporary positions.

Partnership for Public Service is a non-profit that helps and encourages people get into federal jobs. Check it out.

LINKS TO FEDERAL AGENCY WEB SITES FOR MORE DETAILED INFORMATION:

Health and Human Services

Hospitality & Tourism

Indian Nations/Tribes (Indian hiring preference)

Retail/Sales

Schools and colleges (facilities, security, staff, IT and faculty positions):

Technology/Engineering

Other:

Great Job/Career Search Resources:

Contact Career Services to get more information and access to the following FREE SERVICES available at SFCC to students and community members:

  • Career Information System (CIS), a web-based career, education and training and assessment program to help you figure out your interests, skills, possible career paths, what occupations are out there and how you train for them, where you can get the education and training you want and much more.
  • Resume and cover letter creation, review and enhancement
  • Individual employment and career consultation and coaching
  • College and community internship programs

 

If this web page and its links have been helpful, or if you have suggestions for additions or its improvement, please give us feedback at patty.armstrong@sfcc.edu.


 

Click here to go to Career Services main page

Click here to go to Internships/Cooperative Education page

For more information, please contact Patty Armstrong, GCDF, Career Services Coordinator, 505-428-1406 (Fax: 505-428-1657), patty.armstrong@sfcc.edu.

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